Fundraising Group Treasurer
As a key member of the local fundraising branch you'll need to look after counting and banking the money raised through the group fundraising activities. Fundraising groups organise events throughout the year.
- Counting and banking monies raised through the fundraising group
- Ensuring that all monies raised or received by your group are paid into the Guide Dogs bank account as soon as possible in line with Guide Dogs policy and ensure that receipts and thank you letters are issued
- Maintain accurate records of all money raised and spent
- Keep the group up to date with the funds raised
- Checking the monthly income and expenditure statements
- Monitor levels of expenditure and making claims when appropriate
- Maintaining records of where collecting boxes and life-sized boxes are placed locally (working with the Collecting Box Coordinator where available)
- Your work will show how much your group is raising to support blind and visually impaired people
- Home based and in your local area
- Confident handling money
- Able to do basic maths
- Good communication and organisational skills
- Team working
- Spreadsheet experience is useful but not essential
- An opportunity to build experience for your CV
- Meeting new people
- Knowing that through your volunteering you are making a real difference to those with sight loss in your community
- Regular and ongoing support from Guide Dogs and your local Advisory Treasurer
- Payment of all out of pocket expenses – in line with Guide Dogs volunteer policy
- Basic induction to Guide Dogs and to the role
- Not for this volunteer role
- 18 years
Meet one of our existing Fundraising Group Treasurers
After this is done, it's time for writing the receipts and the thank you letters so that we can say "thank you" to everyone who supports our group"
Blanaid has been volunteering since 2008.
"My fundraising group does a wide range of activities throughout the year, from collections at the local supermarket to selling Guide Dogs Christmas cards at local fayre’s. Activities are planned throughout the year, and as treasurer I make sure that all the money is kept safe and sound and banked as soon as possible after the event.
I count all the money, bag it up and bank it at my local bank, and after this is done, it’s time for writing the receipts and the thank you letters so that we can say “thank you” to everyone who supports our group.
I enjoy meeting new people and gaining a better insight into all the work done by Guide Dogs, and knowing the money our group raises is helping to change the lives of the visually impaired in my community.
We often have a Guide Dog or two helping out at our events - it’s amazing to see them working!"
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